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Dr. Romanelli's Converse Shoe for Charity

By: Going Like Sixty - Published:   Updated: Apr 7 2011 • References: hypebeast
There was a band-aid concert to launch the adhesive bandage Converse Shoe by Dr. Romanelli at the Supertouch store in L.A. Lupe Fiasco made the launch hot and the shoe was a big hit. As part of RED, the program to fight Malaria, AIDS and TB. I guess the red was the blood covered by the adhesive brand bandages?

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